Movement study could be significant in helping understand brain rehabilitation
Research led by the University of Plymouth explored how distinct prior actions affected a person’s ability to perform certain simple movements, for example, reaching to catch a ball or drinking a cup of coffee
Progression for the foundation year. School of Computing, Electronics and Mathematics at the University of Plymouth.
‘Inconsistent and misleading’ – research suggests password meters could increase risk of cyber attacks
A study conducted by Steve Furnell, Professor of Information Security and Leader of the Centre for Security, Communications and Network Research at the University of Plymouth, suggests password meters could increase risk of cyber attacks
University appoints award-winning architects to work on new Engineering and Design facility
The University of Plymouth has appointed internationally award-winning architectural practice Feilden Clegg Bradley Studios to create an iconic new Engineering and Design facility on the western edge of its main campus